Paquime Archaeological Zone
It was a prehistoric settlement that influenced the northwest of the Sierra Madre Occidental most of western Chihuahua and some areas of the states of Sonora, Arizona, Utah, Colorado and New Mexico.
Researchers estimate that the population probably grew to about 3500 inhabitants, but is unaware of their linguistic and ethnic affiliation.
The site is famous for its adobe buildings and doors in a "T". Of its total length is only a fraction less excavated and fenced. His buildings have traits Oasisamérica culture and demonstrates the skill of the architects of the pre-Hispanic region.